The Sunday Times Magazine

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The Philippine Historical Association joins the Filipino nation in celebrating this historic date by adopting “Gat Andres Bonifacio: Huwaran ng Katapangan, Sandigan ng Kabayanihan” as the theme of its 2013 Annual Conference which will be held at Skylight Hotel in Puerto Princesa, Palawan from August 22 to 24. Andres Bonifacio,…

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TANGHALANG Pilipino bagged both Outstanding Play and Outstanding Musical Production awards with Doc Resureccion: Gagamutinang Bayan and Stageshow at the 2012 Philstage Gawad Buhay awards held on June 16 at the Star Theater, CCP Complex, Pasay City. Directed by Tanghalang Pilipino’s Associate Artistic Director Tuxqs Rutaquio and featuring Tanghalang Pilipino’s…

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Sandosenang Sapatos is a tale of a shoemaker father who once dreamt of having a ballerina for a daughter. Unfortunately, this dream is shattered when he finds out that his second daughter, who he envisioned to be the ballerina, is physically disabled and cannot dance. The story unfolds with how…

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Celebrating 50 years of abstract art He calls himself and “artist, advocate [and] Filipino.” On June 20, artist Francisco Verano unveiled his latest abstract works on canvas, along with older sculptures and paintings dating back to 1959. As the title overtly suggests, Fragmentos is a collection of pieces that serve…

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New York-based Filipino artist expresses his passion for life When Julio Jose Austria introduced a figure of a man in one of his paintings about four years ago, it was merely incidental. In his most recent works, “Points of Sentiments,” the figures are now omnipresent and people his landscapes. Austria…

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The Peninsula Manila’s all-day dining restaurant, Escolta, plays host to visiting celebrity guest chef Myrna Segismundo from for the rest of June as she celebrates the rich flavors and culinary traditions of the Philippines’ 7,107 islands in a two week-long food festival aptly named “Lasang Pinoy.” Chef Segismundo, managing director…

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NINE thousand kilos of discarded fishing nets have been collected for recycling into carpet tiles, drastically transforming littered beaches along the Danajon Bank, Philippines. Every year, tons of abandoned or lost fishing nets entangle and needlessly kill fish and other marine life, while polluting beaches and villages. The success of…

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What   is the true measure     of success? Is it determined by one’s money or one’s position of authority? In today’s world, what defines a successful man? Renowned professional basketball coach Chot Reyes and his life may just provide the answers. For while he is touted as one of the most…

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She paved the way for what is now many a Filipina’s dream to become a wedding planner. Her name is Rita Neri, and her successful venture known as Rita Neri Event Planners (RNEP) joyously marked its 20th year anniversary in May. RNEP has forged the way in professionalizing the events…

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Filipino hairdressers and cosmetologists once again proved that the business of beauty is more than skin deep. Once construed as a business of vanity, hairdressing and make-up artistry are now viewed as legitimate professions. It is this creativity and ingenuity, which was celebrated at the Filipino Hairdressers Multi-Purpose Cooperative’s (FilHair)…

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